CARO KANN BOOK

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Yesterday I lost in an OTB game against the Caro-Kann. GM Joe Gallagher has a book called Starting Out - The Caro-Kann () which. Daniel Fernandez shares his views and incredible novelties in the Caro-Kann. You really do not need another book if you want to play or. I would suggest The Caro-Kann: Move by Move. The author, Cyrus Lakdawala, is very lucid & seems to play in the style that appeals to you.


Caro Kann Book

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The first thing that must be understood is that Grandmaster Repertoire 7: The Caro-Kann is a repertoire book. Thus, don't expect coverage of all possible lines!. Shop for Caro-Kann Chess Books at US Chess Federation Sales. We offer the widest selection of Caro-Kann Chess Books at the lowest prices with same-day. Opening book: The Caro is a solid and reliable chess opening to all the craziness that White can throw at you with 1.e4.

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Caro-Kann Defense – A Complete Chess Opening Guide For Black

More Information Edition: Paperback Publication date: June 1, Number of pages: Thinkers Publishing Weight: We found other products you might like! First Steps: Caro-Kann Defence: Vidit Gujrathi: The Fashionable Caro-Kann Vol. Bologan seems to hold with very concrete endgame play a pawn down in a Bf5 line later a bit of a sideline with The play isn't intuitive and you have to prolong the analysis a bit yourself to get the right path I'd say.

With Fernandez it's more complicated as he gives his thoughts on the old Nf6 not being sure on the final evaluation as seems to be Negi himself and Td8 by Ding Liren as his main recommendation. The latter seems to be ok - again with very concrete play, but it looks so scary to play with such an open king.

I'm not sure about the practical value of this. Overall, though, Fernandez' book seems to be much more fresh original and non-conservative regarding the chosen lines After Bxg6 hxg6 Be3 Nxe5 Qe7 8.

Bb5 Rb8 Qxd5 Rxb2 9… Bd7 Qa6 Rb8 Nf3 Bd6 and White is toast. O-O 8… Na5 9. Qc2 exf4 Nh3 f3 Black did well in the few high level games this line has seen so far.

So much for a brief history and state of affairs of the Caro Kann Exchange. Also this survey represents the latest addition to our database with annotated games, game fragments and surveys, available via the PayPal link on the right.

Ne2 Insisting on Bf4. Nf3 g6 8. O-O Bf5 9.

Re1 9. Bxf5 gxf5 Black prevents Bg5, occupies the g file, plans … and will transfer the Bf8 to e7 or d6 later. Qe2 dxc4 Qxc4 e6 Nc3 O-O-O with a complicated position. Qxd3 e6 Nbd2 Bg7 Na3 a6 7.

A brief history of the Caro Kann Exchange

Nc2 Nf6 8. Grischuk may know better of course.

Nf3 b5 O-O Bb7 Nd2 White passes on the option Bf4 and choses to place his knights in a natural way instead. Ngf3 Bg4 8. Qa4 8.

Nf1 e6 9. Ng3 Nh5 O-O Bd6 Re1 Nxg3 Aronian,L -Anand,V , Paris , Re1 Bd6 Nf1 O-O Ng3 Rfe8 Qxf3 e5 and Black is already better.

The possibility Lxf6 is nothing to worry about.Game Changer: site Payment Products. The book is so conservative, that even the diagrams are from White's perspective It feels a bit lacking and old-fashioned - compared to his 1.

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